How to Remove Rust From A Knife With Lemon / Rooste eemaldamine sidruniga – Outdoors Camping Tip

How to remove rust from a knife with lemon and salt – Easy Outoors camping tip.

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There are many ways how to remove rust from a knife, starting from homemade rust removers and ending with commercial rust removers. The choice of rust removing tehnique depends on availability.

Probably one of the easiest ways how to remove rust from your blade is with lemon and some salt. Cut a lemon or lime in half with a knife. Sprinkle a generous amount of salt onto rusty areas. Squeeze the juice from your cut lemon or lime over the salt. Wait 30 minutes to an hour, then scrub at the rust with the rind of the lemon or lime. Rinse the metal with water and then dry it with a towel. Then oil your knife blade. This kind of lemon rust remover is handy because you do not need any special equipment or tools for removing rust.

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Rooste eemaldamine võib olla üsna tüütu. Eriti veel sellisel juhul, kui sa ei tea, kuidas eemaldada roostet või sul pole parasjagu käepärast ühtegi roosteeemaldusvahendit. Sellisel juhul tuleb probleemile, läheneda loominguliselt

Tõenäoliselt üks käepärasemaid viise rooste eemaldamiseks noalt on sidruni ja soolaga. Lõika sidrun pooleks. Puista rohkelt soola roostele ning pigista peale sidruni mahla. Oota umbes pool tundi kuni tund ning nühi nuga sidruni koorega puhtaks. Loputa veega tera puhtaks ning kuivata. Kuna sidrun on tugevalt happeline rooste eemaldaja, on mõistlik nuga pärast roostest puhastamist õlitada, et rooste uuesti kahju tegema ei pääseks.
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How To Identify Field Maple in Winter

Learn how to confidently identify the Field Maple (Acer campestre) in the depths of winter.
Seriously boost your tree identification skills with this video course. Presented by James Kendall, Lead Bushcraft Instructor & Social Forester at Woodland Classroom Ltd.

In winter, there are of course no leaves on the trees. So, I show you how to identify species by using the twigs, buds, bark, what's under the tree, shape & form and other key features. You'll never look at a tree the same way again!

This video is just a preview of a FREE online Tree ID course that I have created. It's called KICKSTART YOUR TREE ID SKILLS. You can enrol right here:
It's totally FREE to sign up to this course.

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How To Identify Hazel in Winter

Learn how to confidently identify the Hazel (Corylus avellana) in the depths of winter.
Seriously boost your tree identification skills with this video course. Presented by James Kendall, Lead Bushcraft Instructor & Social Forester at Woodland Classroom Ltd.

In winter, there are of course no leaves on the trees. So, I show you how to identify species by using the twigs, buds, bark, what's under the tree, shape & form and other key features. You'll never look at a tree the same way again!

This video is just a preview of a FREE online Tree ID course that I have created. It's called KICKSTART YOUR TREE ID SKILLS. You can enrol right here:
It's totally FREE to sign up to this course.

Woodland Classroom host courses in North Wales including bushcraft, nature connection, wild food & foraging, mindfulness in nature and forest school To find out more about our work head to our website:

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Blanched Fireweed Stems / Blanšeeritud põdrakanepi varred – Easy Outdoors Cooking

Blanched Fireweed Stems – a gerat healthy outdoors meal recipe from wild edible spring plants.

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To blanche the fireweed stems, boil them for couple of minutes. Them drain the boiled fireweed stems and wash over with cold water. The result should be nice and crunchy or you did something wrong. But that does not matter, you can still eat the fireweed stems. But remember, only young fireweed stems taste the best!

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Nagu põdrakanepi lehed, sobivad ka selle taime varred hästi söögiks. Kõige lihtsam viis neid inimorganismile söödavaks muuta on blanšeerides ehk lühiajaliselt vees kuumutades.

Korja paras kogus põdrakanepi varsi ning eralda nendelt lehed. Aja vesi keema, pane näpuotsaga soola ning lisa varred. Keeda minut või paar ning loputa külma veega üle.

Tulemuseks on mõnusalt maheda maitsega, kergelt krõmps roog. Kui tulemus ei ole mitte krõmps vaid meenutab pigem ülekeedetud makaroni, siis keetsidki üle. Järgmine kord proovid paremini. Kui aga kõik läks õigesti, on tulemuseks roog, mis maitseomadustelt ei jää alla samamoodi valmistatud sparglile. Eks sellest ole ka tingitud põdrakanepi rahvapärane nimetus – vaese mehe spargel. Ja mõnel pool jällegi nimetatavat sparglit rikka mehe põdrakanepiks. Ja pea meeles, põdrakanepi varred maitsevad kõige paremini noorelt.

Kui sa tahad rohkem teada, kuidas lõkkel süüa teha või ka teised söödavad metsikud taimed ning üleelamisõpetustest, matkamisest ja matkavarustusest rääkimata, siis vaata meie kanalit.

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Wild Wellbeing: Life Through A Lens

This activity is aimed at teens studying Key Stage 3 and upward. The video can also be used as a lesson by high school teachers and homeschooling families.

Spending quality time in nature is a proven way to look after your mental wellbeing. By slowing down, taking notice and paying attention we can get into a mindful headspace. Crating your own nature photography is an effective way for young people (and adults) to learn this technique.

Join Lea, a Forest School Leader, as she guides you through this fun activity.

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